A man, who was injured in bomb blast in Kohat, is carried out of an ambulance after he was brought to the Lady Reading hospital for treatment in Peshawar February 23, 2014. REUTERS/Fayaz Aziz
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Two security guards were killed and more than a dozen people wounded on Monday in a suicide bombing outside the Iranian consulate in Peshawar in northwest Pakistan, police said.Iran is Pakistan's predominantly Shi'ite Muslim neighbour to the west. Radical Sunni militants frequently attacks Shi'ite targets and mosques in Pakistan, describing minority Shi'ites as infidels to be exterminated. Shi'ite Pakistani pilgrims are often attacked as they travel across the country to visit holy Shi'ite sites in Iran.
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